Our partners









Ethel’s Club


Creative space in Bushwick, NY

The first private social & wellness space created by and designed for BIPOC. We worked with the team to create an intentional and inclusive environment — curating the right plants in the right light situations, into planters made by local artists of color.






Sweetgreen


Restaurant chain in NYC

A spot for local, healthy food with spaces unique to each community. LIVIN has embodied this ambition across 21 Sweetgreen locations in New York through plant design as well as store design — creating built-in planters throughout the space.







Hounds Tree Wine


Wine bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

An outdoor space that turned a street into a vineyard. In order to create an environment that represented where the wine came from, we incorporated plants native the vineyard in Mattituck and protected the space with wine barrels.



Woolrich


Retail store in SoHo, NYC

An outdoor apparel company that brought the outdoors in. As they were re-opening their doors safely, we helped them create a lush and healing environment — across 20 shelves and 210 plants.






Public Records


Music Space in Gowanus, Brooklyn

A plant-based, music-driven, social space. Public Records pays homage to this former ASPCA Headquarters by keeping the space sustainable and vegan — and brought in our team for the plant design and plant care to bring this ethos to life.






Timberwolf


Community project in Bushwick, Brooklyn

A public art installation at Maria Hernandez Park that represents the importance of sustainability, community and nature. LIVIN led the plant design of the sculpture and potting workshop for children in the community, all in collaboration with Alex Rubert, Deb Manso and Plants for the People.







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